Typically, these editors fit inside the mid-range editor space in terms of features. However, some of them can offer very little in terms of features beyond being online without installing an editor to a computer, which is why they fall in this category. The upcoming sections give a few examples of popular cloud editors.
Cloud9 editor, available at http://c9.io/, is a general web application IDE but is a cloud app with HTML5, PHP, Node.js, Rails, Python/Django, and WordPress support. The following screenshot displays the user interface of the Cloud9 editor:
Another feature of Cloud9 is virtual-machine support from the browser for iOS simulator testing as well as console support for Node.js — again, in a browser.
Another online IDE—Codenvy—is available at http://codenvy.com/. Its user interface can be seen in the following screenshot:
For cloud editors, you can see that they follow a mid-range editor feature-set but allow for quick connection and updates for existing projects.